Monday, June 06, 2016

Glass houses.

This is true for just about everything that Trump might think to throw at Hillary.

If he goes after her for Bill's sexual proclivities then he has to expect questions concerning his many affairs and that rape charge from Ivana.

If he goes after her for having bad judgement he has to brace himself for questions about all of his bankruptcies.

And if he goes after her for lying......c'mon I mean seriously.


  1. WA Skeptic2:11 AM

    Honestly, his C.V. is "NYC Real Estate Developer". Does that scream "Trustworthy" to anyone????

  2. Anonymous2:22 AM

    Watching republican trump stumps. PATHETIC. ya all have been kissing ass instead of reporting on this criminal running for UNITED STATES PRESIDENT. get to work or get out.

  3. Anonymous2:29 AM

    Tiny crooked finger trump sends stumps to extort, drug, rape, stage and LIE. Expose that. Did the FEC vet the draft dodger? Really? who are his victims and his stumps in EVERY STATE AND COUNTRY.

  4. Anonymous2:46 AM

    ''If he goes after her for Bill's sexual proclivities then he has to expect questions concerning his many affairs and that rape charge from Ivana.''
    Also him getting is side-piece Marla Maples pregnant while he was still married to and living with Ivanna. Parading Marla around his wife Ivanna and their children.

  5. Anonymous4:46 AM

    I really do not like Morning Joe (nor Miki B either). That said, Joe, Miki and the indefatigable smiling Nicolle Wallace, Mark Halperin (ugh), with some rather mild input from Rev. Al Sharpton; all EXCORIATED the racist rancid Donald J. Trump this morning.

    I am shocked that the Joe crew dared to speak truth this morning. Much of it was said by Joe and Miki and IMO, it was simply to cover their own msnbc asses. The 'disavowal' of Don the con's (politically incorrect) racist ranting related to the judge hearing the Trump University suit.

    Because Don the con continues to rant about qualifications of Mexicans and possibly Muslim judges Trump-stuff, he is out there without using 'dog whistles' to speak to his base and beyond. Donald is awful to behold in full orange enraged wreaking ball full-tilt fury. The Joe crew called him on it, splendid.

    The huge orange Halloween horror candle has been lit, and he's melting. What do supporters think of this called-out by Morning Joe and Don the con's overt racism?


    1. Don the Con -- has a nice Mafia whiff to it. :D

  6. Anonymous4:54 AM

    The Republican Party is such a "loser". How they can be supporting him rather than figuring out some way to deny him the nomination is going to be the end of them all and maybe all of us.

    He CAN NOT be our President. Plain and Simple. He is just too dangerous to every person on earth, but most especially the 300 million or so Americans. There has to be a way they can show the world that they care about the country more than keeping this sicko and his delusional followers happy.

    A good start would be for John McCain to go on national TV in Prime Time on all networks and apologize for picking Sarah Palin. Then he can explain how she opened the Pandora's Box that is now the Republican Party and that now the responsible grown-ups in the party are taking it back.

    Then announce that they will not have a candidate for Pres. this year because there are no good ones who want it. Then start to work on getting rid of all the racist haters in the party. Make America proud again.

    1. Anonymous5:35 AM

      If McCain was a smidgen of the patriot that he claims to be, he would. I'm not holding my breath waiting for it.

    2. Anonymous8:16 AM

      A reporter from Buzzfeed tweeted yesterday that behind the scenes, the GOP is hoping he is indicted on RICO charges, so they can replace him on the ticket. i believe it. He's a disaster.

    3. Anonymous8:20 AM

      Lol. So basically you think people owe you an apology for being on a different side of the political spectrum, but playing the same political game...? And to further top it off, McCain is responsible for Trump, via Palin?? lololol. You are- not smart.

    4. For a long time I sent monthly emails to McCain telling him he should be ashamed and needed to apologize to the American public. Never got an answer.

    5. Anonymous11:32 AM

      8:20 -
      There's nothing wrong with people having different political opinions. In fact, I think this country is healthier when there are 2 strong parties of intelligent, qualified, experienced candidates to balance each other out.

      However, when one party chooses a person who couldn't manage a local McDonald's to be one 72-year-old-4-time-cancer-survivor's heartbeat away from the White House, and allows a racist, misogynistic, megalomaniac to head their presidential ticket, that party needs to change or be destroyed.

      And, yes, the acceptance of Palin as a genuine VP candidate and the hate that she has helped to encourage since then had a lot to do with the standards being lowered enough for Trump to win the nomination. Twenty years ago, someone so poorly qualified who couldn't even construct a single coherent sentence without a speechwriter daring to offer herself as a VP candidate would have been laughed out of GOP headquarters. Twenty years ago, the possibility of Donald Trump being the Republican candidate for President of the United States would have simply been unthinkable.

  7. His whole campaign strategy is fueled by Projection. Ditto Sarah Palin. And if there is any push-back, the Victim Card is played. It is all getting very, very old. How soon before his campaign implodes due to boredom?

  8. Anonymous10:08 AM

    You know, a few months I was depressed that everyone was drinking the Donald koolaid. Now, I am seeing more and more people are starting to taste the sourness of it. Thank goodness. I knew my fellow Americans were not that insane.

  9. Anonymous10:22 AM

    Chicken Trump does not have a campaign.

    "There is no communications team to deal with the hundreds of media outlets covering the race, no rapid response director to quickly rebut attacks and launch new ones, and a limited cast of surrogates who lack a cohesive message.

    “They don’t or can’t cover it all, and there are things that happen that need to be addressed immediately and don’t get addressed at all, and that hurts the candidate,” a source within the campaign groused last month. "

    "Making things difficult is the ongoing rivalry between Trump’s top adviser Paul Manafort, who was brought in to professionalize the campaign in March, and longtime staff like campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and press secretary Hope Hicks, who is essentially the lone media contact for reporters.

    While Manafort handles every aspect of the campaign outside of travel and communications, per the source, Lewandowski and Hicks actually join Trump on the road and have his ear on a moment-to-moment basis. The source described the two as determined to block Trump from voices that might undermine their control, which has made hiring new senior staffers difficult despite the obvious need. "

    "The lack of organization is becoming more and more glaring as Trump faces a tough stretch that’s included a fight over his donations to veterans, renewed scrutiny of fraud allegations against Trump University and a withering offensive from Hillary Clinton over his fitness to be president. In each case, Trump has been left to respond almost entirely on his own via social media and interviews, with little obvious support from his campaign, his party or his top backers."

    Well, what did you expect from a Narcissistic Psychopath. He's not going to delegate to anyone. He wants to control everything.

  10. Anita Winecooler5:39 PM

    I honestly think he suffers from some kind of mental defect which I'm not qualified to diagnose. The sad thing is, when cornered, you know damned well that's exactly the line he'll use, and it'll help Hillary more than hurt her.


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